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If someone defaulted on a VA loan in mid-1994 and the foreclosure is not on a credit report anymore would asking the VA a question about the loan renew the 7 years?

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2015-07-16 19:26:51
2015-07-16 19:26:51

I'll start off by saying that I'm not an expert on this, and my answer is based on general principles.

Asking a question, by itself, should not revive an otherwise dead claim. However, what you want to avoid is any language that suggests that you ratify the old debt. Not sure why you would want to or need to revisit a touchy part of your life if it has dropped out of your life already. If you don't HAVE TO, let sleeping dogs sleep.

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